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Special Report: Election 2012

Swing state students debate: absentee ballot or register at school?

This choice brings to mind something a politically charged Dr. Seuss would say, “One state, two state, red state, blue state.”

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What’ll it Be, Mr. President?

The Gateway Breakfast House in Portland has a wide range of belly-busting and classic American offerings, among them the cheesy […]

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Stand By Your Man

What effect do presidential wives have on voters?

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Third party candidates: A long shot worth taking?

Who are the third party candidates and how do you not know about them if they are running for president of the United States?

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Colia Clark, Green Party candidate for Senate, Strives for Change

Colia Clark is running on what she calls “a freedom agenda for the 21st century” founded on “educating, organizing, rabble-rousing.”

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Hydrofracking Becomes Issue in State Senate Race

Protecting the environment is at the core of Wagner’s campaign

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A Warzone of Harassing Comments

“I was told, basically, that I was stupid and that I just believed what religion shoved down my throat.”

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Harnessing the Youth Vote in 2012

About 17 million young adults are eligible to vote for the first time in the presidential election.

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A group of New Yorkers canvas in Philadelphia

At 8:25 a.m., the volunteers left The Goodwin, stopped at the Obama for America headquarters uptown to cram empty seats with more volunteers, and then headed off.

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Black Voters Face Pressure from Voting Restrictions and from One Another

Some African-American voters feel they are under pressure in the Nov. 6 elections to vote for Barack Obama.